Spanish casino operator Codere Group has extended its global content partnership agreement with gaming content supplier Play’n Go.
The two companies have already been into a content supply agreement for specific markets. The extended content agreement will see Codere host games supplied by Play’n Go in multiple global regulated gambling jurisdictions.
Earlier this month, Iforium, a popular casino aggregation platform made its debut in the Latin American market with its recent partnership with Codere.
Commenting on the deal, Salo Leder, digital operations manager at Codere, said: “We have a very ambitious growth plan, and it is vital to be able to count on high-performance, creative content such as that offered by Play’n Go.
“In Play’n Go we see a content provider that has invested in being fully certified in each regulated market they enter into, and this facilitates a more fluid and joint expansion into new territories, as they open up. ”
Following the deal, the first batch of Play’n Go titles will be launched by Codere in South American markets including Mexico and Colombia.
“Codere is a very innovative company that seeks to grow in both mature and emerging markets, and Latin America is a priority for them,” said Johan Törnqvist, CEO of Play’n Go.